Hezekiah's Reforms

Book Title: The history of the Old and New Testament : extracted out of Sacred Scripture and writings of the Fathers : to which are added the lives, travels and sufferings of the Apostles ... : the whole illustrated with two hundred thirty four sculptures, and three maps, delineated and engraved by good artists / translated from the Sieur de Royaumont, by several hands ; supervised and recommended by Dr. Horneck, and other orthodox divines

Author: Fontaine, Nicolas, 1625-1709

Image Title: Hezekiah's Reforms

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Description: Hezekiah has the idols and the bronze snake of Moses torn down in the course of his religious reforms. The names of the artist, G. Freman, and the engraver, Johannes Kip (1653-1722), have been set at the base, and as the numeral at the head of the page indicates, this is plate #126 in a series of illustrations.

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